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King Shock question

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by PMK, Feb 13, 2013.

  1. PMK

    PMK [OP] Well-Known Member

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    It looks like I will be going with King shocks.

    One question I have not seen an answer to is about the ability to buy shocks for all four corners without rezzys.

    Rezzys are cool and all, plus allow the compression adjuster and floating piston to be contained within the rezzy, this can allow more shock / shaft travel.

    My goal, is to build a non lifted truck, which will have the same up travel or slightly better, with increased down travel, and no rezzys.

    Wondering if this even exists.

    PK
     
  2. Large

    Large Red

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    I don't think king makes non resi shocks for 2nd gen
     
  3. 2012TXbaja

    2012TXbaja Active Member

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    King makes shocks with reservoirs, piggyback & non-reservior. King fabricates the shock to the customers choice and they also make sure the shock is set up for your vehicle (spring rate, valving) before they ship it off.

    Front shocks:
    http://www.kingshocks.com/products/performance/coilover-performance-race/#tabs

    Rear shocks:

    http://www.kingshocks.com/products/performance/smoothie-performance-race/#tabs

    Also from what I have learned reading here, one of the best places to order King shocks would be:

    http://downsouthmotorsports.com/b-610-king-shock-technology.html

    When I get the money, I will be ordering King shocks for my truck. I hope this information helps you out as much as it has helped me out.
     
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